Riddell Hall, Queen's University Belfast,, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Religious extremism isn't a new phenomenon, so what makes the challenges we face today different from those that have come before? Is religious extremism really on the rise, or does it just have a new look for a modern, technologically-advances age? Given the pressures caused by an expanding global population in an increasingly interconnected world, is a clash of faiths inevitable?
- Innes Bowen (Producer, BBC Radio 4, and author, Medina in Birmingham, Najaf in Brent: Inside British Islam)
- Professor John Brewer MRIA (Professor of Post Conflict Studies, Queen's University Belfast)
- Professor Richard English FBA MRIA (Wardlaw Professor of Politics, University of St Andrew's)
- Tehmina Kazi (Director, British Muslims for Secular Democracy)